July 12 - 15
We are excited to announce that we will be hosting another commuter-only camp in the summer of 2023. Our top tier coaches and staff are excited to work with you and share their knowledge and experiences in person!
Discus, Shot Put, Hammer, & Javelin
Camp will be run from two different locations:
Iron Wood Throws Center in Rathdrum, ID
Lake City High School in
Coeur d'Alene, ID
At the Iron Wood Throws Center in Rathdrum, Idaho, we will host all Hammer events. Evening Sessions and social events for athletes and staff will also be held at the Throws Center.
At Lake City High School, we will host Discus, Shot, and Javelin events.
Thanks to generous donations from the Ben Plucknett Charitable Trust, we have several scholarships available for athletes interested in attending! More information regarding scholarships is available under the "Scholarship" tab at the top of the page.
The Iron Wood Thrower Development Camp exists to provide each participant with the opportunity to optimize their athletic potential and improve their physical and mental preparedness for scholastic competition and beyond. This camp offers 'world-class' instruction in the four throwing events of Track and Field: Discus,
Hammer, Javelin, and Shot Put
For questions regarding registration or general camp information, please contact us at:
For questions regarding staffing for camp, participating as a counselor, general camp operations, or the Iron Wood TC Program, please contact Sarah Walker at:
For information regarding camp scholarships and the Iron Wood Throwers Center, please contact TJ Crater at:
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The legacy of Jarred lives on through each camper, coach, and staff member that has been a part of the Iron Wood Family. We remember Jarred for his infectious laugh, his love for living life to the fullest, and his incredible dedication to growing Track & Field. Thank you, Jarred, for sharing your knowledge and passion with so many throwers around the world! We miss you dearly!
"I was never the top thrower in high school. I was never the top thrower in college. I considered myself to be the hardest worker." - Jarred Rome (Snohomish County Hall of Fame Induction Speech - 2019)
"So for everyone that had an impact on my life...it has nothing to do with sports, it has to do with the person you become. Every single person in your life, and that support, is there to mold you into the human being you are." - Jarred Rome (Snohomish County Hall of Fame Induction Speech - 2019)
"Take a risk, play your cards, and say 'Hey, I'm all in.'" - Jarred Rome (Iron Wood Camp)
"Stay cool like Fonzie!" - Jarred Rome